As a result of on-going efforts to further improve Jose Luis Lafarga's designs, Artesania introduced a superb upgrade for the Exoteryc rack: the Carbon Fiber Linear Arm upgrade. Made of 100% Carbon Fiber they replace the metal arms into which the component feet are attached as well as the component feet themselves. The result is nothing short of stunning.
As with the Absolute Rack, the Modular rack is made from a combination of Krion and Tankwood but in this case these materials are applied only in the levels themselves. The rack can be assembled exactly as required from 1, 2, 3, or however many layers and it can always be extended or reduced very easily, hence the term "Modular".
The No. 2 and No. 3 have been in production for over a decade. Jorma Design is clearly not a company that issues new models every two years. But now there is the Duality and Trinity, both continuing in the spirit of their predecessors but with their respective performances still further enhanced.
Located in a beautiful and spacious industrial building designed by Piet Boon, Puur Audio, Video & Domotica is dealer of renowned brands such as Goldmund, Kroma Audio, Meridian, MBL, Savant, Devialet, Kharma and many more.
The attention-grabbing Satya's always get the musical message across with any music that they are fed. They do hard-rock just as well as classical and are the ultimate solution for people who value aesthetics as much as the absence of cables and a plethora of audio components.
Giving away very little compared to the Formula xHD, costing less and possessing of that midrange magic that only tubes seem to bring, the La Scala mkII DAC may well hold the sweet spot in the Aqua DAC lineup.
Normally, I have a special interest when I visit Munich High End. Turntables, Horn Speakers, or something else that has my focus. This time, however, I went in without a particular goal. And, as it turns out, that's when you can expect some pleasant surprises!